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    Recent figure studies look good. #80 is quite nice.
    The one thing I notice that I'd work on a bit is to actively watch your proportions.

    Whether it's hands and feet compared to face, or simply something like the eyes and such on the face itself. The only way to really fix it is to practice and actively notice it while working from reference/life. Step back from the picture occasionally too for a few minutes and come back, since we sort of get lost in the picture and miss things we might normally not.

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    Thanks for the comment man! - Keep up the good work and dont forget to exercise and.... gosh cut the bull**** off! JUST HAVE FUN...

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    something happened on page 3 and your stuff got really good!
    thats cool to see
    props!

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    I like the painting in post 80, I think it has a very interesting light!
    and OMG those last images are huuuge Dx
    But the face is turning out really good.
    Keep at it!

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    Hey, is that a Dragonborn wearing a Dragon Priest mask in #80? Either way, it looks fantastic.

    Nice work, keep it up. Remember to really look at your reference and be more careful in putting down lines.

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    JFierce Thanks man Ye I really really suck with proportions, seriously need to work on it Thanks

    clanlord Thanks!...but if I don't exercise I'll go fat D:

    PITCHBLACK Haha,thanks thanks!

    Voodoo_Mama Thank you! Ahhh sorry if it were huge!I promise it wont happen again! D:

    Umbravita Indeed, those priest masks looks really kick ass! Thanks and will do


    Heres a quick sketch I did during my study break
    Bringing the swag back ;D

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    Keep up the good work buddy. ;-)

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    I love those masks. XD If I didn't have things to do I'd go hunt down some more right now, lol...

    There's something off about the proportions of the last one but I can't really pinpoint it, I'm afraid. I think the head might be too tall? Not sure. Anyway, post more soon.

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    xia Thanks!!

    Umbravita Ye!Too bad they all look very/is the same :|
    Ye, I also felt like theres something with the proportions when I sketched him...but thought it was just my imagination


    Heres a study of the Godfather poster, havent seen the movie, but the poster is very rich so I decided to study it
    And boy, am I horrible

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    thanks for dropping by my SB! your is looking real nice The colour in the godfather poster is awesome

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    Question: Am I with burnt eyes?

    Answer: NO!
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    I think if you keep this way you may make a phenomenal leap! On the other hand I see you have problems with drawing human faces! Am I right? Yeah! I see you payed attention to how I draw the faces... well, some I draw from imagination and others I use reference. If you want decent models check out BRAVOEROTICA or METART for face references. I say that I rarely do it... but at some point you have to. So do some exercise and you will feel the difference and the ease at which you will start drawing faces.

    Thanks for the comments!

    - Just never stop trying!


    Ps> btw I vote 5 stars for this thread!

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    I don't know, you've got game so it doesn't burn my eyes.

    Sketchbook (nothing much to look at)

    deviantart account(also nothing much to look at)
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    JerryActric : No problem,man. Youre amazing Thank you!

    clanlord : Hahahaha

    Sumgai83 : Thanks man


    Heres a study of the opening scene of Hell On Wheels by AMC
    The opening is so interesting even though you have no idea whats going on

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    That Batman poster for Valentine's Day is very interesting.You should consider making his shoulders a bit wider because he looks too skinny but other than that I like it.The rest of the studies look good too.Keep it up,you seem to be improving fast.

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    Thanks for dropping by my SB

    man i love the dragon piece its awesome, you nailed the colour screen cap, i also see you like naruto from the kekashi piece, I might have to get back into it haha ! Nice Sketchbook and keep pushing

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    Sometimes it's so hard to collect my thoughts... And I wonder if you wish to read crits about older works. The batman pic is cool, I mean the idea and the bottom half, his right arm (our left) is short, week with a small hand... But you know anyway that mastering human anatomy requires a lot of time and effort.
    How can you be lazy to resize a pic? It barely takes any time... I'm lazy to draw or update sometimes but resizing... Whatever, let's talk a bit about the first overly big painting with the woman head... The eyes are huge. The eyes should have a one eye gap between them, some faces have a bigger or a slightly smaller gap but there are not extremely big differences regarding this. Faces can differ a lot, but this one gap rule is useful to know and use.
    In general, I just find good you experiment and paint different things, I don't feel the need to tell you anything else, keep doing them ~

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    Hi matey

    I agree with my mate shiNIN on all of the above especially the resizing issue! you cant be too lazy to make the picture fit for folks with tiny ones ...... er monitors.

    I love the gunslinger on the rails mate that is reeking of atmosphere and gesture, bloody good job on that mate.

    all the best buddy, thanks for the SB visits and keep posting.

    A great kind hearted lumbering bullock



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    screen caps are lookin good. I like the suggestion of skull overlays...

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    Kriss_Kringle Thank you thank you lol, I'm not improving fast, just havent posted in a long time, sorry D:

    JerryActric Thanks! Yip Im a fan of Naruto

    shiNIN Thanks! And I'm really sorry about the size, I have resized it now, I'm sincerly sorry for my selfich actions
    ye I really suck with the anatomy and proportions D:

    Lightship69 Thanks, and I'm sorry!!

    poetry man Thanks!

    Sean McClain Haha, easter egg?Thank you, kind sir


    So here are some sketches from head/reference
    What if: Assassin's Creed + Avatar????
    I should be shot for my horrible proportions!!

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    Forgot to put this here

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    Im liking the last posts with the lizards, looking very effective, though if i had to be picky maybe add some more line variation within your characters, primarily around the feet to give them more foundation and weight!, other then that, amazing work mate

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    A Faux Thanks man!Ah yes!The line weight!That makes sense! Thanks!I'll definiately do that in my next sketch, thanks!


    Here is a quick study, just added the horns, because Unicorns are manly

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    Unusual combo, it seems you drew a not so graceful kind of horse, I never saw a unicorn horn attached to such one Even for the more massive kind, its hip area and hind legs seem to be a bit clumsy... I love horses, they are wonderful and they aren't very easy to draw well but it's worth to learn I think But I admit I know most about normal sized slender graceful horses and even that knowledge isn't that much.
    I was here when you updated last time but I simply hadn't words to say and preferred to keep silent. I do that a lot lately in SBs, it's often hard to say something useful.

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    Sorry id have to disagree, ive seen countless (infinite) horse pictures of graceful poses.
    who said horses are graceful animals ?
    not me, surely. I dont like horses in that way, i think the horse you have painted has alot of weight, almost an unconfortable stance, as if hes running for his dear life on unstable ground, i can imagine this being in a war scene and a horse escaping.
    That or a hunted unicorn.
    I actually like it! Thanks for dropping by my sbook too mate

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    shiNIN Thanks Haha, ye horses are a challenge to draw :| Sorry if I made the horse look ungraceful

    A Faux Ah!?Unicorn hunters!? but why would they hunt unicorns!! D:
    Thanks!


    Here are some horse studies, nothing fancy

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    It's obvious you need time to master something and you already did some good steps into that direction. These new ones looks all much better IMO. The rear end of the house last time was a bit odd, no matter what, now it's nicer here. I like this kind of horse, one of the not-so-awfully-graceful-one Maybe I never will be able to comment on horse proportions because there's extremely much difference between different kind of horses. So I don't know if that's right or not.

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    O: those digital sketches are looking great! The lineart is wonderful.
    My only crit is to work a bit more on human proportions (but you already knew that ;P ), I have the same problem orz
    I like the last horse studies, specially the horse face, it has a nice use of values, its very realistic.

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    shiNIN Hey man! thanks! I guess the reason we cant see the mistake easier on horses than on humans is because we don't really look at horses everyday... :| haha, cheers!

    Voodoo_Mama Thank you thank you! maaaan, human proportions are a pain D:


    Here is another screen cap study from AMC's Hell on Wheels
    I tried a totally different approach and kept it messy and didnt zoom in C:

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    Some more horrible studies!!

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    Work in progress

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